Liverpool is one of the most well-known cities in the United Kingdom. With a variety of tourist attractions in and around the City such as:
You can imagine there is a large demand for 3D laser scanning services in Liverpool with the City thriving with new developments as well as ground-breaking projects on the horizon.
We have surveyed a few key areas in and around Liverpool in the past few years. With this City always under development, with new projects, we have produced multiple deliverables for different jobs. Some of the jobs we’ve done are:
A 3D laser scanner is an instrument that collects fast acquisition of measured 3D coordinated point data, which can then be extracted to create a point cloud.
You can use the data that is produced from the laser scanner for many things, in many industries. Such as:
The Scanner we use at ScanTech is called the ‘Leica RTC 360’ which is one of the latest models on the market which an incredible specification. The key features of our scanner are:
Liverpool has always got new development plans under construction as well as ancient structures, such as the Cathedral. A 3D laser scan will always be required for such structures. If you’re looking to get a 3D laser survey, then please contact us to get a quote.
“We would like to thank you for your efforts delivering the topographic survey and 3D pointcloud survey for the 82 span, 1200m long Harringworth Viaduct recently.To complete the works for such a structure in the limited time available in the possessions was fantastic. We also appreciate your flexibility in rescheduling the works at short notice due to problems with the possession booking.We are now creating the elevations and sections for the viaduct and would like to thank you for the quality of your deliverables and your availability for ongoing discussions with our CAD team”.
“Morgan Sindall Professional Services were appointed by London Underground to provide a multi discipline design service for the upgrade of the ventilation system as part of the Victoria Line cooling the tube programme. The ventilation shafts are only available during a series of 4 hour engineering hour slots which requires 28 days notice before access is granted. The quality of the panoramic images provided by Scantech International Ltd allow the Client, Design Engineers and Contractor to constantly view and reference the complete infrastructure with out the need for repeat site visits, saving considerable time and money and maintaining confidence as the design develops and evolves “
We have been providing 3D laser scanning services across a range of industry sectors since 2002, we were infact one of the first companies in the UK to purchase a 3D laser scanner.